Paloma Renaissance Antalya Beach Resort & Spa

The high restaurant count and great pool scene do this place proud. Plus, it's had a top-to-toe makeover for May 2015.

The Taurus Mountains and the Med make great backdrops to this place. Paths weave their way through jasmine-scented gardens to a private stretch of beach, and just outside the hotel grounds there’s a strip of shops.

This place pulls out all the stops on the restaurant front – there are seven altogether including a Mexican one on the beach. The pools aren’t far behind, with special mention going to the one with whirlpool baths.

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Full Board buffet meals in "La Noblesse" restaurant. Snacks.Tea and coffee and pastries.


Selected local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks

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Relax pool

If relaxation is what you're looking for, head to the outdoor relax pool. It's specifically designed to be calm and tranquil with the help of Jacuzzis®* - a great place to de-stress. Sunbeds, parasols and towels are included.

Kids' club

A great hotel-run kids' club offering activities and entertainment for little ones aged 4-12 years.

Lotus Far East Asian à la carte restaurant*

Tuck into speciality dishes from the Far East here.

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twin room with garden view and balcony

These twin rooms come with a balcony overlooking the gardens for that bit of outside space. You’ll have a TV, air-con from May to October and Wi-Fi*. And there’s an extra sofa-bed for 2 in the bedroom. Just so you know, these rooms are non-smoking rooms.

twin room with limited sea view and balcony

These twin rooms come with 1 child bed and 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the partial sea view. You’ll also have a TV, air-con from May to October and Wi-Fi*. Just so you know, these rooms are non-smoking rooms.

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Blissful family holiday

Flew out in late April on a brand new aircraft and subsequently had our own private transfer along the coastline to this hotel thanks to Thomas Cook. We had stayed here some 3 years ago and loved it then. We were now returning with our 3 year old and a 2 year old - it exceeded our expectations. The hotel has also undergone upgrading which wasn't necessary however-terrific for us. All pools and eateries were open and the best aspect of this hotel is the food. Huge amount of choice, organic and very fresh. Some of the biggest and most comfortable a rooms/beds we've stayed in. The grounds are equally peaceful and extensive and the aspect of the mountains to the west is breathtaking. A really wonderful week with my wife and 2 young children and can't thank the staff enough for making us feel so incredibly welcome and valued. Particular thanks to Gozde and Tulay for such a special family time. We will be going backMore

Boeingwings2013, 186534

Scratch beneath the surface

This hotel really struggles with service when being near only half capacity. The main bar waiting staff and 2 restaurant staff are fab but that's where it ends the rest are not at all up to the job. Food is well cooked but when you repeat the same stuff day after day it's not hard to get it wrong. One of the main lunch restaurants was closed for most of our stay and it was hard to get into the free a la carte restaurants. Run out of my half toilet roll on day 3 and mini bar drinks seem to never be a constant amount and 2 of us have to now share a coffee cup as one has gone awol!!! Grounds are kept really well which is good as you will not want to venture outside of grounds unless on bus as not much around and what is, looks like Beirut x Baghdad. Overall OK for 3 day stay anymore mmmmmm good luck unless you just want to sit in the sun. More

StinkyGibbon, 186296

Beautiful holiday

This is a truly fabulous place to stay. We had a garden room/villa which was so peaceful in wonderful surroundings. Our balcony overlooked the garden villas pool and gardens. The main bedroom had a huge king bed and loads of space. The other room had two sofas, one was made up as a very large single bed. A TV in each room and air conditioning. The bathroom was beautiful and very spacious. The grounds were wonderful. The gardeners should be commended on their hard work. The facilities in the grounds included tennis courts, basketball, out doors keep fit/exercise classes, quiet pools and family pools with slides, children's play areas and restaurants/bars. There was so many sun loungers in the grounds/beach that there was never a problem to find places to relax in the sun. There were plenty of umbrellas and huts to be able to sit in the shade. The beach was spotless. Beach towels were available fresh every day. The main hotel reception, restaurants and bar areas were luxurious and the staff attentive and friendly. I would like to mention our waitress Serpil who is possibly the best waitress I have ever seen. She went out of her way to help everyone. The food was very good and was always a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach. I would like to mention the cats. I have seen other posts that complained about them. There are quite a few cats that are spotlessly clean. They never tried to take food or jump onto the tables or enter the villas. Some would approach if you called them over. I felt they added a charm to the hotel, and the hotel should be commended for looking after them so well. The only things that could be improved were the arrival meal for those arriving after the restaurants closed, as we did. This meal was very bad. Not much choice and the hot meal was very cold; the lack of any hot plates in the restaurants; and the cleaner in our room was not brilliant. She never replaced the tea/coffee even though we asked and her cleaning of the floor/room was a bit sparse. This I think was just our cleaner as others had no problems. Even with this taken into account, the holiday was lovely and I would go again and recommend it to others.More

Vivianne_Cornish, 186331

Fantastic Hotel

Just returned from an absolutely fabulous week here. Arrived late evening, fast check in, room was stunning, big, very clean, huge shower and even a sofa bed and 2nd in the lounge room. We were on the first floor, with a garden with a lovely view of the mountains. I must say that the gardens of the hotel are spectacular and very well looked after. The restaurant was very well laid out and the food was excellent. The outdoor pool, although cold, was very clean, loads of sunbeds, the sunbeds on the lawn are a great idea too, the beach was a little disappointing as its stones and shail but still a lovely place to sunbathe. The cats were not a problem to us, they are very friendly. The staff were all very helpful and cheerful. The sales people from the spa were not at all pushy. We used the indoor pool too, very relaxing, pool was cold but the sauna was lovely. We also used the sunset bar, which was romantic late afternoon if you can get a cuddle pod. Shame they didn't open it later but it was early season. We visited the Irish Bar too, which we enjoyed. Also, it's the best place we have stayed for wifi access, it works everywhere on the complex. Finally, a big thank you to all the management and staff for making sure we had a great week. We will be back.More

Lesleymark, 186368

Mixed review...

We stayed here for a week for a family holiday, two children aged 5 and nearly 2. The main hotel is very opulent and it has great facilities, lots of pools, three water slides, lots of places to eat, lovely grounds and a reasonable amount of sunbeds. We spent most of the time around the pool so I can't comment on the beach. Food wise there was a good range with the buffet selection and a choice of A la carte restaurants that you have to book the morning, the day before you want to go. We went to the Steakhouse which was amazing, the Sunset and the Turkish which was really good. It was lovely to be served a meal rather than the tag team option of the buffet! On the down side our room could have been cleaner, it smelt really musty when we arrived and we found cutlery on the floor and bits of rubbish. Our tea and coffee was only replenished once in the week as were the toiletries but the mini bar was done daily. Our room was a family villa with two rooms, a small balcony and a nice shower room. Towels were also replaced daily if required, but we only given for 3 people not 4. Pool towels were supplied if you got to the pool by 11am which on the couple of occasions we went out in the morning was a bit frustrating. Children wise the kids got a welcome bag and there was a good kids club but as we were just out of season it was quite flexible with what the kids wanted to do. My gripe is the lack of baby facilities for parents. We found one microwave in the restaurant area and some kids plates but no cutlery or cups and a lack of information about any of it. There's a cash point within a 5-10 minute walk and a pharmacy about 15 mins walk. We were told by reception that the nearest for both were Kemer or Antalya. All in I would return but with lower expectations.More


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